ST. LOUIS (KSDK) – An online campaign is giving people a first-hand look at school lunches across the country., a nationwide non-profit group, has launched "Fed Up," which collected photos and information about more than 7,000 school lunches nationwide.

According to the group's website, more than 70 percent of students reported that their schools that served unhealthy lunches were dissatisfied.

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On the pictures posted, people could vote to "eat it" or "toss it," and in a state-by-state breakdown, more than 65 percent in Missouri and Illinois voted to toss it.

More than 25,000 people participated in the group's report, and the campaign's report is expected to release other findings later this week.